Towards a Sustainable Population Policy in Israel:
New Axioms for a Crowded Planet


  Alon Tal
  Tel Aviv University
  11/27/2018 | 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM | 317 Thomson
  Please RSVP here.

With traffic jams, overcrowding, and strained public resources, population density is closely connected with quality of life. Policies make a difference, both in the size of a population and in effectively accommodating a growing number of residents.

Alon Tal, chair of Tel Aviv University's department of public policy, looks at the case of Israel -- a country that's on track to become denser than Japan -- for lessons in how policy can both ease and exacerbate population challenges.

Learn more about what sustainable policy would look like in Israel, and how both government and individual decisions affect quality of life -- lessons that are increasingly relevant for growing cities in America and around the world.

This event is organized by the Stroum Center for Jewish Studies and co-sponsored with CSDE.
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